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After No Vote, Contract Chaos at UPS

Hoffa’s Package Division Director Denis Taylor has created massive confusion by announcing that the UPS contract is ratified, even though members Voted No and UPS  announced the contract was rejected and negotiations would resume. UPS Teamsters demand majority rule, a return to the bargaining table, and a vote on a new contract offer.  

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UPS Freight Sell-out Rejected by Members

UPS Freight Teamsters have rejected the pitiful contract negotiated by the Hoffa administration by a vote of 4,255 to 2,601. More than 62% of UPS Freight Teamsters Voted No. 

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UPSers Vote No & Reject Contract

The ballots are counted and UPSers have spoken loud and clear by Voting No to reject a bad contract. The International Union announced they will return to the bargaining table with UPS.

It's up to UPSers to make sure that the negotiations are serious, and not for show. UPSers want the givebacks that caused us to Vote No to be taken off the table.

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Meet Teacher Strikers & Reformers at the TDU Convention

At the TDU Convention, you'll hear first-hand from union Teachers' activists about the key organizing lessons from the strikes and innovative ways workers are uniting to confront attacks on labor and public services.

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Nonunion Amazon's Minimum Wage is About to Top UPS's

If management and Hoffa get their way, Teamster new hires at UPS will soon be making less than nonunion Amazon workers.

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In Bed with Management on UPS Contract Vote

Who does the proposed UPS contract really help? One picture tells you all you need to know.

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UPS & UPSF Contract are Up to the Members

There’s still time to Vote No to defeat contract givebacks at UPS and UPS Freight.

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Why a No Vote Does Not Mean a UPS Strike

The International Union is trying to scare UPSers into accepting contract givebacks by sending out a new postcard that threatens members with the possibility a strike at UPS. A No Vote does not mean a strike at UPS. Here’s why.

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